Can facial recognition be used to identify people who have coronavirus? And what privacy concerns should we have?
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way people live, work and socialize – but what if the coronavirus had hit 40 years ago?
The stethoscope may be replaced by handheld devices that rely on ultrasound technology, A.I. and smartphone apps instead of doctors' ears.
EVALI is the newly named illness that has affected 1,000+ vaping enthusiasts, killing 26. But is a possible 'vaping prohibition' a rush to judgement?
A mouse click instructed the artificial intelligence-equipped system to find other images of the woman, and it immediately stitched them into a video narrative of where she was currently, where she had been and where she was going.
By thinning forests for less tree density and undergrowth, wildfires would not burn with the intensity that creates both ecological and economic disasters.
U.S. health officials are making a new attempt at adding graphic images to cigarette packets to discourage Americans from lighting up.
There has been a recent surge in activity in biotech companies looking for a ”fountain of youth” pill – to expand one's lifespan.
A new study uses a train knocked over in San Francisco—in 1906—to check the accuracy of modern earthquake simulations.